Focuses on database management systems and introduces the key concepts of data, information and knowledge in the context of relational database development as applied to health.
|Unit name||Data, Information and Knowledge|
|Faculty/School||Faculty of Health
School of Health Science
|Discipline||UTAS Centre for Rural Health|
|Available as student elective?||No|
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|Teaching Pattern||external, flexible delivery via Internet or CD; a self-directed learning unit. Students complete tasks and activities at their own pace, within the parameters of semester requirements.|
Continuous assessment by assignment/course work. Assignment 1 (2500-3000 words) 40%, Assignment 2 (2000-2500 words) 30%, Assignment 3 (500-750 words plus database) 30%
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